No. 15 Georgetown vs. Cincinnati final score: Defense leads Hoyas to 62-55 win

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Georgetown held Cincinnati to 31 percent shooting Friday.

The No. 15 Georgetown Hoyas (19-4) held the Cincinnati Bearcats (19-7) to just 31 percent shooting in a 62-55 win Friday. It was Georgetown's seventh straight win.

Three Hoyas scored in double figures in the game. Markel Starks had 17 points and three assists. Otto Porter had 16 points and seven rebounds. D'Vauntes Smith-Rivera had 14 points, four rebounds and two assists. Georgetown shot just 40 percent for the game, but the team's three high scorers combined to shoot 50 percent.

Three Cincinnati players also scored in double figures, but they combined to shoot just 12 for 36. JaQuon Parker led the team with 15 points and six rebounds. Sean Kilpatrick had 12 points, six rebounds and four assists. Cashmere Wright had 12 points, three rebounds and three assists.

Cincinnati shot just 4 for 24 from three-point range. Georgetown led by six points at halftime. This was Cincinnati's third loss in the team's last four games.

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